By Steven Savile
"There is an endemic coming....For 40 days and 40 nights worry shall savage the streets. these steeped in sin shall burn. The demise starts off now" With this chilling message a wave of terror in contrast to something the realm has ever visible sweeps the streets of Europe. 13 martyrs burn themselves alive in 13 significant towns at the same time. And this is often only the start. a spiritual cult calling itself the Disciples of Judas has risen within the center East. They twist the phrases of old prophecies to force domestic the terror. every thing you suspect in should be proved fallacious. every little thing you carry real will fail. day-to-day the West wakes to more and more harrowing acts of terror. As worry cripples the capitals of Europe, the single query is the place would be the subsequent to fall? London? Rome? Berlin? In a race opposed to time - believing the terrorists intend to assassinate the Pope - Sir Charles Wyndham's exact targeted Ops group, codename Ogmios, tune a labyrinthine direction via fact, colors of fact and outright lies that takes them from the backstreets of London to the shadow of Checkpoint Charlie in Berlin and all of the means into the guts of the Holy See itself. "The mixture of historical past, suspense, and motion in Silver excellent for these DaVinci Code fanatics searching for one other electrifying learn combining Biblical background with modern day Armageddon." -- Douglas Preston, NYT Bestselling writer of influence and BLASPHEMY "With Silver, Steven Savile provides a barn storming story of motion, intrigue and suspense in a plot laced with historic secrets and techniques and glossy terror." -- Matt Hilton, writer of the the Joe Hunter thrillers. "Silver is the simplest factor on the grounds that Forsyth's Day of the Jackal." -- Robert W. Walker, writer of the RANSOM and intuition sequence. "Silver is a cracker of a mystery. Savile's in a league of his personal" -- Jeremy Duns, writer of loose AGENT and loose kingdom. "Reminiscent of James Rollins and David Morrell." -- Joseph Nassise, foreign bestselling writer of the TEMPLAR CHRONICLES. "Fascinating, gripping, bad, tragic and compelling." -- Steve Alten, NYT Bestselling writer of MEG and THE SHELL online game "SILVER is a wild mixture of Indiana Jones, The Da Vinci Code, and The Omen." -- Kevin J Anderson, foreign bestselling writer of THE SAGA of 7 SUNS and co-author of PAUL OF DUNE
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After that she was going to disappear into the subway system, Lethe would lose his visual contact and Ronan would be left chasing shadows. The crowd opened up to swallow the woman and she was gone. He cursed. " he shouted into the earpiece. " Frost cursed again. He pushed his way between the people, but it was impossible not to be slowed down by them. On one side of the station's entrance flowers spilled into the street, on the other, newspapers. He ran inside and hurdled the ticket barrier. There was only one way she could have gone--down to the platform.
In her place he would go back to the apartment to finish what he'd started. He had to assume she'd think like him. Ronan Frost walked unsteadily toward the light. He felt a warm, wet stickiness on his cheek and reached up to feel out the damage. He pulled his hand away and looked at it. There was more blood than he would have expected. The gravel had cut up the side of his face. As he came out of the tunnel, the first of the next wave of commuters had begun to file onto the platform. A few of them looked at him curiously; the others adopted the Ostrich's if-I-don't-see-it-itdoesn't-see-me attitude, deliberately not looking his way.
The room barely looked lived in. He had expected it to be strewn with journals and academic literature, with forgotten coffee cups and other signs of the absent-minded professor, but Grey Metzger was meticulously ordered and fastidiously tidy. Like a man who had been a guest here, not the owner. Or like a man whose life had been purged away before he could come in and look at it, he thought. There was a single painting on the wall. Konstantin recognized it: Sorrow. It was a print, rather than the original, but that was hardly surprising--a school teacher would not have had the wherewithal to on a painting worth upwards of fifty million dollars.
Silver (An OgmiosTeam Adventure) by Steven Savile